Photos of the Week: October 14-20, 2016

Thursday, October 20, 2016 - 9:29pm

Churchgoers with the Detroit Mass Mob attend St. Charles Lwanga in Detroit on Sunday.

Churchgoers with the Detroit Mass Mob attend St. Charles Lwanga in Detroit on Sunday. Buy this photo
Amelia Cacchione/Daily

The Michigan Daily's photo staff presents their photos of the week for October 14-20, 2016 including photos from Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine's Visit to Detroit, M Swing dance club, and the Harvest Fesitval at Cobblestone Farm.

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine speaks about plans for eliminating poverty at a rally at Focus: HOPE in Detroit on Tuesday.

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine speaks about plans for eliminating poverty at a rally at Focus: HOPE in Detroit on Tuesday. Buy this photo
Amelia Cacchione/Daily

 

Ann Arbor resident Bonnie gets her face painted at the Harvest Festival at Cobblestone Farm on Tuesday.

Ann Arbor resident Bonnie gets her face painted at the Harvest Festival at Cobblestone Farm on Tuesday. Buy this photo
Kevin Zheng/Daily

Nursing student Tyler Trapp and fellow nursing students clap moments before the UM Flint School of Nursing was approved at the Regents Meeting in Flint on Thursday.

Nursing student Tyler Trapp and fellow nursing students clap moments before the UM Flint School of Nursing was approved at the Regents Meeting in Flint on Thursday. Buy this photo
Kevin Zheng/Daily

Engineering sophomore Sarah Degroot and Residential College freshman Anna Kittendorf swing dance at M Swing club at the Michigan League on Wednesday.

Engineering sophomore Sarah Degroot and Residential College freshman Anna Kittendorf swing dance at M Swing club at the Michigan League on Wednesday. Buy this photo
Claire Meingast/Daily

Associate prof of Public Policy John Ciorciari and former World Bank Chief Economist Justin Lin have an in depth conversation about economic relations between the U.S. and China at the Ford School of Public Policy Wednesday.

Associate prof of Public Policy John Ciorciari and former World Bank Chief Economist Justin Lin have an in depth conversation about economic relations between the U.S. and China at the Ford School of Public Policy Wednesday. Buy this photo
Claire Meingast/Daily

Alexander W. Joel, Chief of the Office of Civil Liberties, Privacy and Transparency, and David Medine, former chair of the Federal Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board,  discuss cyber security at the SUMIT 2016 in Rackham Auditorium on Thursday.

Alexander W. Joel, Chief of the Office of Civil Liberties, Privacy and Transparency, and David Medine, former chair of the Federal Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, discuss cyber security at the SUMIT 2016 in Rackham Auditorium on Thursday. Buy this photo
Elizabeth Xiong

LSA junior Ellen Endres enjoys the warm October weather in her hammock on the Diag Wednesday.

LSA junior Ellen Endres enjoys the warm October weather in her hammock on the Diag Wednesday. Buy this photo
Jeremy Mitnick/Daily

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine talks with attendees after giving a speech about plans to eliminate poverty at a rally at Focus: HOPE in Detroit on Tuesday.

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine talks with attendees after giving a speech about plans to eliminate poverty at a rally at Focus: HOPE in Detroit on Tuesday. Buy this photo
Amelia Cacchione/Daily

Robert Jagers, Director of Wolverine Pathways, speaks at "K-12 Outreach and Engagement Programs for "Growing STEM" & Beyond" at Palmer Commons on Thursday.

Robert Jagers, Director of Wolverine Pathways, speaks at "K-12 Outreach and Engagement Programs for "Growing STEM" & Beyond" at Palmer Commons on Thursday. Buy this photo
Paul Ahnn/Daily